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Sample spreads from volumes of the Yale University Southeast Asia Studies Monograph series, displayed at 50% scale. These samples show general layout and design of the volumes; for the finer qualities of typography, one should examine the actual printed pages.

(Actual dimensions of each volume is 6" (width) by 9" (height); spine widths vary.)

  1. Spread showing photograph (verso) and text including many Vietnamese characters (from monograph #61)
  2. Spread showing text with Chinese characters and Vietnamese characters in bibliograph (from monograph #61)
  3. Spread showing simple map by MetaGlyfix (from monograph #60)
  4. Spread showing two illustrations by MetaGlyfix (from monograph #60)
  5. Spread showing passage of Burmese text in a Burmese font (from monograph #59)
  6. Spread with photograph (from monograph #57)
  7. Full size spread illustrating typography (from monograph #56)
  8. Spread with photograph (from monograph #46)
  9. Spread with two photographs (from monograph #45)
  10. Spread with two tables (from monograph #40)
  11. Spread with two tables (from monograph #39)
  12. Spread with full-page chart and table (from monograph #39)


from: #61, Allegories of the Vietnamese Past: Unification and the Production of a Modern Historical Identity, Wynn Wilcox. (2011).
[x + 212 pp.; 8 illustrations]
Spread above showing a photo of a painting on the verso page, and words with Vietnamese characters in the text on the recto page. Click on spread to view the two-page spread in a PDF at full size [opens in new window]

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from: #61, Allegories of the Vietnamese Past: Unification and the Production of a Modern Historical Identity, Wynn Wilcox. (2011).
[x + 212 pp.; 8 illustrations]
Spread above showing a section of bibliography that includes passages in Chinese and Vietnamese using appropriate fonts and characters. Click on spread to view the two-page spread in a PDF at full size [opens in new window]

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Spread with simple Map by MetaGlyfix

from: #60, Anarchic Solidarity: Autonomy, Equality, and Fellowship in Southeast Asia,
Thomas Gibson and Kenneth Sillander, editors. (2011).
[x + 312 pp.; 3 tables, 3 maps, 5 illustrations]
Spread above showing a simple map by MetaGlyfix, based on author’s draft. Click on spread to view the two-page spread in a PDF at full size [opens in new window].

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Spread showing two illustrations by MetaGlyfix

from: #60, Anarchic Solidarity: Autonomy, Equality, and Fellowship in Southeast Asia,
Thomas Gibson and Kenneth Sillander, editors. (2011).
[x + 312 pp.; 3 tables, 3 maps, 5 illustrations]
Spread above shows MetaGlyfix illustrations from author’s drafts. Click on spread to view the two-page spread in a PDF at full size [opens in new window].

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Spread with passages in a Burmese font

from: #59, Renunciation and Power: The Quest for Sainthood in Contemporary Burma, Guillaume Rozenberg, translated from the French by Jessica Hackett. (2010).
[xiv + 182 pp.; 1 map, 1 illustration]
Spread above contains passages in Burmese set in a Burmese typeface. Click on spread to view the two pages in a PDF at full size [opens in new window].

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Spread with photograph

from: #57, Hoa Lo/Hanoi Hilton Stories, Nguyen Chi Thien (2007)
[xvi + 280 pp; 10 illustrations (photographs); glossary; bibliography; testimony and documents]
Photo above of door detail of cell #2 in Hanoi Central Prison is from “Hanoi Prison Images” by Chris McCooey, 2004.

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Spread showing typography with customized font glyphs

Full size PDF from Monograph #56 [in new window]

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Spread with photograph

from: #46, Indigenous Peoples and the State: Politics, Land, and Ethnicity in the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo, Robert L. Winzeler, ed. (1997)
[xii + 318 pp; 18 illustrations (photos and line drawings); 5 maps; bibliography; index]
Photo above is by Ida Nicolaisen, author of the chapter displayed.

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Spread with two photographs

from: #45, Merit and Blessing in Mainland Southeast Asia in Comparative Perspective, Cornelia Ann Kammerer and Nicola Tannenbaum, eds. (1996)
[xii + 264 pp; 18 illustrations (photos); 2 figures; bibliography; index]
Photos above are by Shanshan Du, author of the chapter displayed.

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Spread with two tables

from: #40, Islamic Peasants and the State, by Ken Young (1994)
[xvii + 362 pp; 4 illustrations (line drawings); 7 maps; 12 tables; glossary; archive references; bibliography]

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Spread with two tables

from: #39, International Commercial Rivalry in Southeast Asia in the Interwar Period, Shinya Sugiyama and Milagros C. Guerrero, eds. (1994)
[x + 222 pp; 2 illustrations (line drawings); 31 tables]

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Spread with full-page chart (landscape) and table

from: #39, International Commercial Rivalry in Southeast Asia in the Interwar Period, Shinya Sugiyama and Milagros C. Guerrero, eds. (1994)
[x + 222 pp; 2 illustrations (line drawings); 31 tables]

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